Vote Jacobs-Led Biologics Manufacturing Facility as Project of the Year
Our work on Bristol-Myers Squibb’s new Large-Scale Cell Culture Biologics manufacturing facility in Ireland is up for Project of the Year and Industrial honors at this year’s Irish Construction Excellence Awards.
Bristol-Myers Squibb’s (BMS) new Large-Scale Cell Culture Biologics manufacturing facility in Ireland is in the running for two honors at the upcoming Irish Construction Excellence (ICE) Awards – and the vote is on!
Jacobs provided architecture, engineering, construction management and turnover services on the new facility – a finalist in both the “Project of the Year” and “Industrial” ICE award categories. Voting for Project of the Year is open to the public and we need your help to secure recognition for this exciting project! Access the ICE website or the voting page and cast your vote for Jacobs under the Industrial Category.
Located in Cruiserath County, Dublin, Ireland, the LSCC facility will manufacture immuno-oncology medicines for BMS. Immuno-oncology represents an innovative approach to cancer treatment that seeks to harness the body’s own immune system to fight tumor cells.
We delivered this important project within budget, applying state‐of‐the‐art project/construction management techniques and tools throughout the project life‐cycle – and achieving an impressive safety record on more than 6,500,000 site hours. Watch an incredible time-lapse video of the fast‐track program.
The ICE award winners will be announced on March 29 at a Gala Dinner event in Dublin, one of the most prestigious networking events in the Irish built environment industry. Ireland’s construction leaders, design and supply chain partners and clients gather to celebrate the pursuit and achievement of excellence in construction. The ICE Awards are the original and premier recognition of performance excellence for the contracting sector in Ireland. The ICE Awards provide an opportunity for the industry to showcase and reward best practice across the full range of construction disciplines and project categories.
In addition to the BMS LSCC Biologics manufacturing facility, Jacobs is also involved with several other impactful projects across Ireland, including serving on the consortium developing Ireland’s first metro system, central to a new multi-modal transport strategy to support Dublin's continued economic growth.